On March 7, 2016, Wu signed with CJ E&M and returned to the music scene.
"Many parents cannot walk out of the darkness (of having such a child). The content (including but not limited to text, photo, multimedia information, etc) published in this site belongs to China Daily Information Co (CDIC).In her early childhood, the family moved frequently, and this resulted in her having to attend five different elementary schools.Wu briefly attended the Dao Jiang Senior High School of Nursing & Home Economics (臺北市私立稻江高級護理家事職業學校) before transferring to Zhuangjing Senior Vocational School in the Xindian District of Taipei, where she became classmates with JPM's Wang Zi.), and launched their first self-titled album in August 2008.Many fathers cannot bear the pressure and run away. Without written authorization from CDIC, such content shall not be republished or used in any form.I want to fulfill my commitment, so I will be his eyes," he said. Note: Browsers with 1024*768 or higher resolution are suggested for this site.When he was 4 years old, his musical ability was suddenly revealed when he played the melody of a song on an electric piano.Armed with a new piano, Wang embarked on his long musical journey.He is, however, determined to follow a professional path and applied for a number of foreign music schools upon graduating from middle school. He has exceptional hearing, a special aptitude for the viola and a much better memory than many others," said Hou, director of the orchestral instruments department of the music school attached to Xinghai Conservatory of Music."In class, I teach him the notes, fingering and bowing, and analyze composition. He can largely manage a piece after four to five sessions." Wang's enrollment at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, which is a faculty of Birmingham City University, is not based on compassion, said Liu Fei from the China office of the conservatory, which has offered Wang a half scholarship.Following a two-year hiatus, Wu signed with Polyface Entertainment Media Group in 2011 and returned to the small screen. Later that year, Wu was cast in the television version of Painted Skin, in collaboration with Fiona Sit, Chen Yi Rong, and Li Zhong Han.It was also this opportunity that allowed Wu to shift her focus to the Chinese market.